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  • ECB: Supervisory stress test 2019

    07/10/2019
    ECB has published the results of its 2019 supervisory stress test of Euro area banks.
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  • EIOPA: Symmetric adjustment of the equity capital charge for Solvency II

    07/10/2019
    EIOPA has published the monthly update on the above as at the end of September 2019.
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  • ECB: Supervisory priorities and risk assessment for 2020

    07/10/2019
    ECB’s supervisory priorities include supervisory activities aimed at strengthening banks’ resilience; continuing balance sheet repair and following up on Brexit ...work.
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  • ESMA: MiFIR data reporting

    07/10/2019
    ESMA has updated its Q&A document.
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  • ISDA: The case for coordination

    07/10/2019
    This ISDA article considers the derivatives trading obligation in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
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  • FCA: MS18/1.2: General insurance pricing practices interim report

    04/10/2019
    FCA has published the interim report of its market study into the pricing of home and motor insurance which sets out... concerns about how pricing in these markets leads to consumers who do not switch or negotiate with their provider paying high prices for their insurance – FCA estimates that this includes one in three people who are potentially vulnerable. FCA is considering remedies to tackle high premiums for consumers which include prohibiting or restricting practices like raising prices for consumers who renew year on year or requiring firms to automatically move consumers to cheaper equivalent deals; stop practices that could discourage switching (eg automatic renewal); making improvements to the way firms communicate with their customers and harnessing the benefits of innovation in the longer term. FCA is also considering whether firms should publish information about price differentials between their customers. FCA intends to publish a final report and consultation on remedies in Q1 2020. FCA has also published an evaluation of its 2017 renewals rules in home, motor and pet insurance.
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  • PRA: PS23/19: Enforcement: changes to the PRA’s settlement policy

    04/10/2019
    Further to CP10/19, this PS contains the final Statement of Policy “The PRA’s approach to enforcement: Statutory statements of policy and... procedure”, which simplifies the settlement discount scheme and clarifies procedures. No responses were received to the CP and PRA has made the changes as consulted. The SoP takes effect from 4 October 2019, with one exception: in relation to cases where the PRA has already concluded Stage 1 settlement discussions with the subject, without reaching a settlement, prior to 4 October 2019, the existing scheme as set out in the March 2019 SoP will continue to apply.
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  • FSB: Speech by Randal K Quarles: The FSB at 10 Years—looking back and looking ahead

    04/10/2019
    Text of this speech of 3 October 2019 follows, in which Randal K Quarles looks at FSB’s work in relation to... OTC derivatives; prudential bank standards; resolution; shadow banking and the status of post-crisis reform.
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  • ESMA: Alignment of MiFIR with the changes introduced by EMIR Refit

    04/10/2019
    ESMA has published this consultation on possible amendments to the trading obligation under MiFIR following the introduction of EMIR Refit. The... recent changes introduced to EMIR via Refit modify the scope of counterparties subject to the clearing obligation – exemption for small financial counterparties and modified determination of non-financial counterparties. The introduction of EMIR Refit has not been accompanied by direct amendments to MiFIR, which currently leads to a misalignment between the scope of counterparties subject to the clearing obligation under EMIR and the derivatives trading obligation under MiFIR. ESMA’s initial proposal in the CP would be to formulate a recommendation to the EC to align the scope of counterparties subject to the clearing and the trading obligation. Reponses are required by 22 November 2019.
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